A graduate of the Royal College of Art, David Adjaye started a small practice in 1994, and quickly established a reputation for reconstructing cafés, bars and private homes. In 2000 he reformed his studio as Adjaye/Associates with eight employees - the firm has now expanded to 35. In 2001, Adjaye won the high-profile Idea Store competition to design two new-build libraries in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. He was also awarded the commission to design the Bernie Grant Centre ...
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